Amazon: Zoe Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil for Just $13.65

Right now, you can get Zoe Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 25.5-Ounce Tins (Pack of 2) for just $13.65. As with all Amazon purchases, the prices are subject to change, so be sure to confirm the price before ordering.

Here’s how to get the deal:

  • Select Subscribe & Save (15% discount) – $14.50 (can be canceled anytime without penalty)
  • Use the coupon code ZOEOLIV5 at check out to save an additional 5% = $13.65

I have heard great things about this olive oil, which was last on sale about 6 weeks ago for around the same price ($.50 less, I think.) I’m planning to order it myself this time, since I have some Amazon gift cards from Swagbucks, which should make it free for me!

Here are the details:

  • Pack of 2 (total 51 oz)
  • Certified organic and Kosher (O-U)
  • From Castilla-LaMancha, Spain
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  1. Re: Subscribe and Save — do you sign up and then cancel regularly based on various sales?

    • Yup, that’s exactly what I do. It’s funny b/c just as I was publishing this, I thought: I should really do a post on how S&S works… I bet it’s intimidating if you haven’t done it before! So thanks for the motivation/inspiration!

  2. Thanks–I think a little heads up would be helpful for those of us who are new to it. I just got the oil… it was my first try at S&S. (I also read about the CVS deals for a few months before giving it a shot.)

  3. Thank you so much for posting this. I was looking on Amazon for a good deal on olive oil and couldn’t find one that was cheap and kosher. Hopefully the oil will stay at this price (or get cheaper) so I can order it regularly!

  4. Scott Garfinkle says:

    On the other hand, if you can get to a Costco, their house brand “Kirrkland Signature” Olive Oil is $10 for 2litres (about 65 oz) — MUCH cheaper. It’s also easier to use and, to my taste, better oil.
    Another Amazon S&S deal that people might find useful, though, is the Good Seasons Salad Dressing for $12.64 for 4 boxes. The Eden Organic Quinoa was also recently a steal for $9 for 4 one pound packages (unfortunately, not Pesadig though).

    • Everyone has their own taste, that’s for sure… but the Kirkland brand isn’t EVOO, I don’t think. And I got a funky batch the last time – kind of cloudy. That quinoa was a great deal!

  5. Scott Garfinkle says:

    The Kirkland I’m referring to absolutely is Extra Virgin, though they have several different kinds of OO. Actually, I prefer their Tuscan oil (in a bottle) for dipping. I think there’s only been one “off” bottle of their house brand that we’ve had in the last 10-15 years (it was some time last year, if I recall correctly– maybe yours was at the same time). Anyhow, my point wasn’t really that it was better (though I think it is), but that it’s considerably cheaper and at least as good — penny-pinching at its finest

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